Since launching in 2009, the Founder Institute has helped launch over 2,300 new technology companies across 150 cities, 60 countries, and six continents.
These companies have gone on to do great things, and create over 20,000 new jobs.
Over the past week, Nexercise was featured on NOLA, Retailigence was featured on AdExchanger, Vibease was featured at the Adult Novelty Manufacturers Show, and more.
Below is a roundup of recent Founder Institute Graduates in the news:
- Nexercise featured on NOLA: Fitness app seeks to stand out with win at PowerMoves.NOLA minority entrepreneur fest on Saturday (NOLA): Nexercise, a Washington, D.C. Graduate, is a mobile platform that uses friendly competition and real rewards to motivate busy people to lose weight and stay fit.
- Retailigence featured on AdExchanger: Retailigence Makes A Pop In Programmatic Creative With Partner Deal (AdExchanger): Retailigence, a Bay Area Graduate, localizes all forms of digital marketing to increase engagement, foot-traffic, and revenue for retailers and brands.
- Vibease featured at Adult Novelty Manufacturers Expo: ANME Founders Show Comes to Close (XBIZ): Vibease, a Singapore Graduate, is the world's first wearable smart vibrator.
- Ashwin Ramasamy of ContractIQ writes article on TechCrunch: Lessons From Sourcebits’ Road To Acquisition (TechCrunch): ContractIQ, a Singapore Graduate, a service where startups discover, evaluate, and engage with web/mobile dev agencies.